October 24, 1937. Colonia, Uruguay: The town is situated on a small point and is sheltered by a breakwater. Two piers with unloading cranes assist in transferring goods from the railroad cars to the boats. The town is of itself something of a resort center. Several new buildings and two good parks can be seen in the picture. 1800 feet.
Photographer's Note data comes from typed journals: 'Title List, Dr. and Mrs. Light's Central and South American Photographs, 1937. Part I Aerial Photographs made with the Fairchild F-8, 5 x 7 in. Roll Film Camera.'